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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/26 06:19:44 (permalink)
dazdsb
.300 that's a great saving!


Yeah right. Probably down to being a lazy bastard and being with the same supplier for time.

I’m on a mission,as we’ve just remortgaged for an extension,to save on our bills. I’ve changed our tv and broadband to save a few quid and now bulb. Next on the list is life and home insurance. My plan is to save as much as our mortgage increase and I’m on course at the minute.

Feeling more smug than a Sixt driver
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 10:29:04 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby 21 21 2018/07/27 14:04:25
another £50 from me Darryl. Saving £30 p/m
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 10:47:14 (permalink)
Happy with my switch Big D. Currently saving £50pm compared with Npower.

When i closed my account I was in debt n all. Took £43 off me last month. Scum.


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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 14:05:07 (permalink)
MalcolmTucker
another £50 from me Darryl. Saving £30 p/m


Awesome! Thanks man, really appreciate the use of my referral. I hope they look after you too!
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 14:06:08 (permalink)
Tommy the Coat
Happy with my switch Big D. Currently saving £50pm compared with Npower.


Big D haha, thanks man, glad it's worked out well for you. Anything has got to be better than Npower!
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 14:07:40 (permalink)
smolsky
dazdsb
.300 that's a great saving!


Yeah right. Probably down to being a lazy bastard and being with the same supplier for time.

I’m on a mission,as we’ve just remortgaged for an extension,to save on our bills. I’ve changed our tv and broadband to save a few quid and now bulb. Next on the list is life and home insurance. My plan is to save as much as our mortgage increase and I’m on course at the minute.

Feeling more smug than a Sixt driver


Yes mate, I did the same thing which is how I ended up switching to Bulb. Planning on being out of work for a while and needed to go through all outgoings and trim stuff up. Last thing to do is home insurance.

Glad to have helped in some small way!
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 14:48:20 (permalink)
dazdsbAnything has got to be better than Npower!

So much this!
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 16:52:41 (permalink)
Will have a look now I'm back DdiggidyDawg
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 17:16:04 (permalink)
JUDGEDREDD
Will have a look now I'm back DdiggidyDawg



thanks babe, hook me up with that sweet fiddy
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/07/27 20:22:12 (permalink)
Just bypass the meters moits
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 15:43:40 (permalink)
npower just put me up to £69 per month for electric. I live on my own in a studio flat and am out 10-12 hours a day where nothing is left on at all, just watch a little netflix in the evening. also stay away couple of weekends a month.
 
CSB - i will be looking into this later
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 15:52:07 (permalink)
Sounds like they're raping you there tbh dude. Npower are really bad for charging whatever they can get away with. My July bill just came through at £35 and that's a 3 bed with 2 people and electrical stuff on all day (work from home) and all night - 2 people watching TV, using computer, charging stuff, etc. That's gas and elec BTW.

If you switch using the refer is much appreciated.
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 15:54:15 (permalink)
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npower just put me up to £69 per month for electric. I live on my own in a studio flat and am out 10-12 hours a day where nothing is left on at all, just watch a little netflix in the evening. also stay away couple of weekends a month.
 
CSB - i will be looking into this later


Same. They are a joke. I'll be hopping on this tonight
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 16:52:54 (permalink)
Spark energy tried to put mine up by about £175 a month once lol. I complained on twitter and they put it back to what it was.

I checked this bulb one the other day and id save £15 a month. Not sure if I can be fucked at the moment.

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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 16:58:51 (permalink)
I changed suppliers, and now both suppliers want to charge me for using the same energy for some reason. Not looking forward to the lengthy phone calls that is going to lead to.
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 17:08:29 (permalink)
godf
I changed suppliers, and now both suppliers want to charge me for using the same energy for some reason. Not looking forward to the lengthy phone calls that is going to lead to.


This is exactly why I don't want to change. Just one phone call to any company fills me with pure rage. I would rather just do nothing than have to go through that lol.

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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/08 17:58:09 (permalink)
Mine is fixed at £135 a month but Bulb quoted for £133 so didn’t need bother changing
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Re: Switching Energy Suppliers 2018/08/30 19:38:45 (permalink)
Has anyone had them pay the exit fees successfully?
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